3union | Our Mom Thinks We're Good

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Our Mom Thinks We're Good

by 3union

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Genre: Electronic: Synthpop
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2. Backseat Driver
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3. Smile Everybody Hates You
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4. Keep It
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5. Back to You
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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3union is an electro/alternative/rock band of brothers who love performing and playing their music for any audience. Working closely with Student Venture and Keynote (a division of CRU), this young band was formed in 2008 and has traveled the world performing for junior high and high school students, as well as leading worship at numerous conferences and retreats.

Their first CD, “Say It Now,” was produced by John David Webster and released in July of 2009. As the band’s style has become more electro, they recorded and released in December of 2011 their newest 5 song EP, "Our Mom Thinks We're Good," co-produced by Michael Linney (who has worked with artists such as Jason Derulo and Toby Mac), and multi-platinum producer Ill Factor (who has worked with artists including Justin Timberlake, Ricky Martin, and Natasha Bedinfield).

Recent opportunities have included appearances at summer festivals sharing the stage with Sanctus Real, Group One Crew, Manafest, and Hawk Nelson; opening for Jeremy Camp, John Mark McMillan, Carlos Whittaker and 10th Avenue North; playing at the 2011 Van's Warped Tour as winners in the Ernie Ball Stage "Battle of the Bands," and even an opening slot with Keith Urban and ‘American Idol’ champ–Kris Allen. In late 2011, they completed a one-month overseas tour to Germany and several countries in the Middle East.


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